Monday, 10 September 2018

Amazon AppSteam 2.0 allows you to apply persistent user application settings

Amazon AppStream 2.0 adds support for persistent user application settings that will allow you to enable persistent user application settings for your users on Amazon AppStream 2.0. All the user settings such as plugins, browser favorites, application connection profiles, toolbar settings, and other settings will be saved and implement each time the streaming session starts. The settings will be configured and retained when the streaming session starts and these settings will be stored in the Amazon Simple Storage Service bucket in the AWS Account. To get started with this features you have to select stacks from the AppStream 2.0 management console and choose the user settings>application settings persistence>edit. Then in the application settings persistence dialog box, you can select enable application settings persistence. 

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